Oliver Queen Is Back In The Hood In Arrow 6×07 Promo Images


Arrow season 6 has seen a major shake-up of the series’ status quo. With his duties already split between being mayor of Star City and a father to his son William, Oliver Queen passed the mantle of Green Arrow onto his old buddy John Diggle back in episode 2. It’s been a bumpy ride for him, though, as the former soldier has been struggling to deal with both adjusting to being Team Arrow’s new leader and coping with his PTSD after the events of the season 5 finale.

In next week’s episode, titled “Thanksgiving,” the real Green Arrow will return when Oliver Queen is forced to don the hood once again. It’s not clear exactly what prompts him to step back into active vigilante duty, but it’s likely that it has something to do with the return of Black Siren, Laurel Lance’s evil doppelganger from Earth-2, who’s set to ruin the family Thanksgiving that Oliver’s got planned.

From what we can piece together from the photos above, it looks like Team Arrow – Diggle, Black Canary, Wild Dog and Mister Terrific – attempt to hold off Black Siren on their own, but things don’t go too well. Enter Green Arrow to save the day.

Meanwhile, Lost and Person of Interest star Michael Emerson makes his second appearance as the villainous Cayden James, the founder of hacker group Helix. Last time we saw him in episode 4, “Reversal,” he allied himself with Earth-2 Laurel, so expect that evil partnership to continue in the new episode.

For more, here’s the official synopsis.

“Thanksgiving” – (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)

OLIVER AND FELICITY CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING WITH WILLIAM – Oliver (Stephen Amell) celebrates Thanksgiving with his family but the happy moment is interrupted. Meanwhile, Black Siren (Katie Cassidy) returns to wreak havoc on the holiday. Gord Verheul directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Speed Weed (#607). Original airdate 11/23/2017.

Arrow airs on The CW every Thursday. Except on November 27th, when the show moves to Monday for the special four-part Arrowverse crossover, “Crisis on Earth-X.”